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Come Out & Play Winter/Spring 2023

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Summer Kick-off
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Learn about all our upcoming summer programs!

 Camp Sacramento Cabins
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 Click here for Exciting Tour Packages with YPCE Trips & Tours and Collette Travel
Visit our Extended Trips page and view a video presentation with Jay Fehan regarding Collette Travel's exciting tour pages!  
 Open Play Pickleball(PDF) 
 Batting Practice
 SSC Batting Practice (PDF)



Sand Cove Park
Sand Cove Park will be closed until Spring due to seasonal flood hazard.

Sierra 1 & Curtis Park Zoom Meeting: https//
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City Blog Post: Sierra 2 & Curtis Park Meeting
Update as of Jan. 18, 2023
Due to recent storms that have impacted the region and parks across Sacramento, the temporary popup dog park fencing is down. The park grounds will need adequate time to dry before the fence can be re-erected. Until the fencing is restored, YPCE asks for cooperation and voluntary compliance of the City’s park rules to ensure safety for all users.

The City of Sacramento is committed to providing access to the City's extensive parks and recreation system for all to enjoy. The Department of Youth, Parks & Community Enrichment maintains over 4,265 acres of regional, community-wide, and neighborhood facilities.

The Sierra 2 Park is a neighborhood park that features a soccer field, playground and other amenities in Curtis Park. More than 20 years ago, the City agreed to allow a dog training group from the Sierra Curtis neighborhood to use the park for dog training activities during specific hours. However, the park in its current state does not meet the requirements of a dog park for off-leash use and continued use presents health and safety issues that YPCE must address.
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"The Ones" mural by Lead Artist Brandon Alxndr located at Hagginwood Community Center
The above mural, "The Ones" by Lead Artist Brandon Alxndr, is located at The Joe Mims, Jr. Community Center and Park and Park, centrally located in the Sacramento North Area. The community center and park provide programs, services, and activities for the entire family. A large auditorium, outdoor patios, two meeting rooms and a warming kitchen are available to rent for a nominal fee.  The historical building provides programs for residents and non-residents of all ages from pre-school to active adults 50+. Youth / Teen and Senior programs, field trips, and seasonal special events encompass our annual calendar with safe, fun and laughter for everyone to enjoy. A rental agreement can be found on the Joe Mims, Jr. Community Center web page.  For more information, please call (916) 808-6439.

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Do you need help with an issue or have a question about services? Please visit the 311 Service Center page. Also, visit our Directory of Youth, Parks, & Community Enrichment Services.

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